Mike joined OurChurch.com as Web Designer/Developer in September, 2006. Born and raised in Houston, TX, he is now married and has 3 adorable children. In his spare time he enjoys playing piano/keys and singing throughout the local area as well as at church. You may also see him acting in church dramas as well as a local Improv Comedy Troupe!
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How Do You Catch a Great Website: Unique Up On It!

All of us have our own talents, personality traits, mannerisms, and sense of style. This makes us one of a kind, and usually, we like that. So, why not apply that same thought to a website? This week, we’re talking about why it is important for your website to be unique.

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Three Tips for Terrific Text

Three Tips for Terrific Text

In the past couple of weeks, we’ve talked about the use of graphics, images and Flash technology to add interest and movement to your site. Today, I’m going to talk a little about how you can use text to spice up your website as well.

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Adding Flash Can Be a Site for Sore Eyes

Adding Flash Can Be a Site for Sore Eyes

Flash technology has really enhanced the way websites can be designed. Not only can you build entire websites in Flash, but you can also use Flash objects within a regular web page. We’re going to discuss how adding a Flash animation to your site can change the entire look and feel of a site.

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Design Can Speak Louder Than Words

Design Can Speak Louder Than Words

Often the appearance of a website says more about your organizations than the text you put on it. Images of people on the site make the organization seem people-friendly. Straight text makes an organization look boring. Color schemes can make a site look feminine, masculine, childish, hip, or mainstream.

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Website First Impressions: 2 Questions to Answer in Half a Second

Website First Impressions: 2 Questions to Answer in Half a Second

In less than half a second, your website can form a lasting impression to a visitor. They can choose to remain on your site or click that big “Back” button on their web browser. In today’s blog, I would like to share with you two of the most important things that visitors want to know about a site when they first arrive and a few tips on how to answer those questions quickly.

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